Tre Dici Steak (New York, NY) Restaurant Review

By Lori Alamia,
A hidden gem in the heart of Chelsea

Valentine's Day might be over but that doesn't mean that the romance should end.

My fiancé and I had the pleasure of visiting Tre Dici in Chelsea.

When we arrived we were directed to an elevator to Tre Dici Steak upstairs.

When asked what the difference was between the two restaurants the answer was ambiance and some more steak options.

Echoing back to the days of speakeasy, the upstairs location is a cool hidden gem. It is intimate with dim lighting comfy leather chairs, black and red patterned walls, and a marble candle filled fireplace.

They have a variety of fancy cocktails as well as a nice wine list with a great Prosecco.

The food by Executive Chef Giuseppe Fanelli was delicious.

For appetizers, we tried refreshing crab salad with mango and avocado.

We also ordered the most delicious ravioli I have ever eaten- amazing, melt in your
mouth Kobe beef ravioli. They are filled with Wagyu beef, caramelized onion and fontina cheese in a marsala, brown butter and thyme reduction.

Since we split the order, we thankfully had enough room for our entrees.

I ordered a perfectly cooked filet mignon that came with a generous side of lobster mashed potatoes.

My fiancé had the juicy Black Angus N.Y. strip steak. It was topped with parmesan and roasted garlic that was crisped to a crust and served with a side of parmesan truffle French fries.

For dessert we devoured a slice of the 20 layer crepe cake, thin layers of crepe filled with fresh cream and a side of caramelized bananas.

The service was excellent, prompt and polite. The acoustics varied from great for conversation to a little livelier as guests gathered by the bar.

Tre dici, especially upstairs at tre dici Steak, is a great place for a romantic date or to celebrate a special occasion.

Treat yourself and those you love to a night you will remember.

first image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons



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